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  Cyberpunk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Both games are set in the near future, in a world where cybernetics are prominent.
Netrunner is a collectible card game introduced in 1996, based on the Cyberpunk 2020 role-playing game; it launched with a popular online alternate reality game called Webrunner, which let players hack into an evil futuristic corporation's mainframe.
The action adventure game Neuromancer, is based directly on the novel's main theme including Chiba City, some of the characters, hacking of databases and cyberspace decks.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cyberpunk   (4192 words)

 Squash » 2006 » March
I thought I'd link to Stuart's mirthful recent column Nogging to say, and we meme it if for no other reason than just to make his nog part of the "great online conversation".
Tonight, one particular Australian tech hack is at the very centre of the blogosphere's hot story of the moment.
Living in Sydney, Phil is part online entrepreneur and evangelist, part cynical, jaded hack who has a passionate, deep-seated dislike of over-hyped technology and tech companies.
squash.wordpress.com /2006/03   (5289 words)

 Ross Mayfield's Weblog: October 2005
Now that's a social hack that could one day be replaced by a technical hack.
Socialtext sponsored this open source project because many of us have waited years for a SubEthaEdit for the web that we can hack upon.
Unfortunately you have to wait a bit more, it still needs IE support and hasn't been integrated with Kwiki and Socialtext, but you can go play with it now.
ross.typepad.com /blog/2005/10/index.html   (6961 words)

 Eventful Blog: October 2005 Archives
One very interesting illustration (click link or photo to see full-size), the Web 2.0 "meme map", accompanies the first page of Tim's article.
It is the items, or memes, as it were, on this "meme map", that I'd like to talk about.
Specifically, how EVDB as a company views each meme, and how EVDB as a technology, and Eventful as a service, embody those memes.
blog.eventful.com /archives/2005/10/index.html   (3189 words)

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